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Melinda Gates discusses annual letter from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Philanthropist Melinda Gates sits down with Gayle King to discuss the themes and highlights of her foundation's traditional yearly letter. It comes as no surprise that this year, it focuses exclusively on the COVID-19 pandemic and the global response to it. It also looks ahead and recommends how to prepare for the next one.
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Life down under relatively normal as Australia keeps COVID-19 cases low with closed borders
Australia has had just over 900 COVID-19-related deaths. In March, the government took the decision to close the borders, and while the country is locked in, 85% of Australians support the handling of the pandemic. Holly Williams reports.
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Former WCBS employee alleges misconduct against two CBS executives after LA Times report
The LA Times released a report on Sunday detailing alleged racist, sexist, and homophobic remarks made by two CBS executives, David Friend and Peter Dunn, at KYW-TV in Philadelphia. Now, a former freelance reporter who worked at WCBS-TV in New York is coming forward with similar accusations. Jericka Duncan has the story.
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Veterans in "disbelief" over executive order on toxic military base
In one of his last acts as commander-in-chief, President Trump signed an executive order that recognizes sick veterans who passed through a toxic military base after 9/11 known as K2. Catherine Herridge reports.
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Presiding senator in Trump impeachment trial hospitalized after senators sworn in as jurors
The Senate is preparing for an unprecedented second impeachment trial for former President Donald Trump. Nikole Killion reports on the developing events inside the chamber and if there is any likelihood to convict.
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Supply of COVID-19 vaccines causes feud with drugmakers and European Union
In Britain, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the grim death toll of 100,000 people. Delays in the delivery of vaccines are causing political tensions with Europe. European politicians say due to their research input, their market has to come first before they export to other nations, raising the prospect of vaccine nationalism. Charlie D'Agata has the details.
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Biden administration boosts vaccine supply to states, aims to buy 200 million doses by end of summer
President Biden unveiled a plan Tuesday to boost the weekly COVID-19 vaccine distribution to states by 16% for at least the next three weeks, bringing the amount of weekly doses it will release from 8.6 million to around 10 million. The president also said the government plans to buy another 200 million vaccine doses by the end of the summer. Ed O'Keefe reports.
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Tyler Perry on getting COVID vaccine, "heartbreaking" Capitol riots
"You're making the choice of getting the vaccine, an even though it's 95%, 96% efficacy, what happens is you are reducing your chances of ending up in the ICU by 100%," Perry said.
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Hollywood legend Cicely Tyson recounts life, career in new memoir
96-year-old stage and screen icon Cicely Tyson opens up to Gayle King about her impressive career and personal life, which she wrote about in her new memoir, "Just As I Am."
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U.S. nears "dangerous phase" as anti-Semitic incidents surge
Some Jewish leaders said the growth of crimes against Jews intensified under former President Trump.
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Tyler Perry talks BET special on COVID-19 vaccine, vaccine hesitancy in Black community
Media mogul Tyler Perry joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new BET special on the coronavirus vaccine. He shares his own experience getting vaccinated and what he learned from talking to doctors.
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CBS launches investigation, places execs on leave after reports of "racist" and "sexist" comments
Two longtime CBS executives are on administrative leave while the company looks into alleged racist and sexist behavior first reported by the Los Angeles Times. National correspondent Jericka Duncan reports.
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Capitol siege shows latest examples of anti-Semitism in America
Nazi symbols appearing during the U.S. Capitol attack are just the latest example of anti-Semitism rearing its head in the country. Jim Axelrod spoke to some of those most affected by anti-Semitism and why they still have hope for the future.
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Teachers, students, parents frustrated over school reopening setbacks
The debate over the safety of reopening classrooms amid the COVID-19 crisis is far from over. Meg Oliver reports on the frustrations many teachers, students and parents are experiencing as the pandemic nears the 11-month mark.
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President Biden hopes U.S. reaches 1.5 million COVID-19 vaccinations a day
President Joe Biden has set a goal that the U.S. will eventually roll out 1.5 million COVID-19 vaccines a day, rather than 1 million a day, as previously suggested. Ed O'Keefe reports
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California lifts stay-home order, allowing restaurants to reopen
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are on the decline, but ICU capacity in some California regions remains 0%. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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Dangerous winter storm blankets Midwest in snow, ice
A tornado touched down in Alabama overnight, causing significant damage. In the Midwest, a winter storm brought historic snowfalls. The snow is causing travel delays, dangerous conditions and even forcing the closure of some coronavirus testing sites in Nebraska and Iowa. Adriana Diaz reports.
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Rural Texas vaccine sites are still waiting for doses
One Texas hospital barely received its first shipment of the coronavirus vaccine. It was less than 1,000 doses. Omar Villafranca reports.
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800-year-old cathedral is now a mass COVID vaccination site
Europeans are receiving coronavirus vaccinations at unusual mega-sites, rolling up their sleeves at repurposed racetracks, cinemas, ice rinks and rugby stadiums.
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